Jodi Lyn O’Keefe insists Halloween H20 20 years later after the other series of Halloween and the last one. Jodi says, My H20 character Sarah, dressed in crazy clothes and she has blue streaks in her hair. And she is kind of wise-ass. Cassidy is a bit more down to Earth.
I guess they are both kind of rebellious, well so does Jodi .. really. Cassidy’s just a little bit more subdued. It’s just that Sarah wither quirky little comments sounded like so much fun to do, said Jodi.
So what’s about Sarah Wainthrope, who is she and what she does? Sarah is one of four friends, enrolled at the private high school tutored by Laurie Strode, Jamie Lee Curtis, the babe who played in all Halloween Series, who’s screened some of the footage, gauges the roughly cut scenes as wonderful.
I love a good horror film, hmmmm … I remember that Jodi said that she is behind the couch if she is watching a horror movie, weird. I mean, everybody loves that little adrenaline likes to be scared every now and again, Jodi said. Jodi gets also adrenaline to play action movies, like the waterboard scene in Prison Break Season three.
Jodi Lyn O’Keefe who plays Sarah as a sweet 16 seditionist, is doubly excited with H20, because it’s her movie debut. So how does prime time compare to her previous tenure on Another World, an afternoon Soap? Jodi plays Maggie Cory for a half year in Another World. Jodi said, that it was grueling work with soaps, she filmed all day, it was also her first role on television.
It was a great training for me, but now I just really want to try it all. I don’t want to do anything that’s exploitive or gratuitous, like taking your clothes off just to get people to see a movie, that is not what I’m interested in said Jodi.
Jodi describes her TV series as , so much more fast-paced. We do an hour show in seven days. But we did H20 in matter of months, you do three scenes a day. The pace was much nicer, we had more time to work, to get the shot right and the lightning, and it’s a lot more detailed. It was a new experience for me. I had only so much dialogue a day, and had more time to concentrate on what I was doing, Jodi said. – written by Nashua Indigo and Douglas Eby